Transgender students ‘unknowingly’ admitted to Catholic seminaries archbishop warns By Christine Rousselle, Joe Bukuras, CNA, Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 29, 2021 Bishops should consider requiring DNA tests or physical examinations to ensure that all seminarians are biological men, said Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki in a recent memo sent to the members of the United States Conference of… Read More Latest Phase of Infiltration Into the Priesthood?
Carlo Maria Viganò (born 16 January 1941) is an archbishop of the Catholic Church who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States from 19 October 2011 to 12 April 2016. He previously served as Secretary-General of the Governorate of Vatican City State from 16 July 2009 to 3 September 2011. He is best known for having publicized two major Vatican scandals. These… Read More Testimony of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò
House passes bill to force young women to sign up for the draft. Passed by 181 Democrats and 135 Republicans. The House’s move to approve the changes Thursday comes after months of debate, with a handful of Republicans pushing back on the modifications made to the existing Selective Service law. Under the new language, failure… Read More Targeting Traditional Families
Trent Horn is an apologist for Catholic Answers Along other lines, Trent Horn on Unnatural Egg-sploitation And Those Who Applaud it.
By Courtney Mares, Vatican City, Sep 27, 2021, CNA Pope Francis decried abortion and euthanasia in a speech Monday in which he said that today’s “throwaway culture” leads to the killing of children and discarding of the elderly. “There is the discarding of children that we do not want to welcome with the law of… Read More Pope Francis decries abortion, euthanasia as treating human life like ‘waste’
…Pell described John Paul II as “one of the greatest popes in history, of course,” and praised Benedict’s “prodigious intellect,” adding that “I knew him [Benedict] better than all of the other two popes” …Despite working closely with Francis for five years, Pell has often been perceived as at odds with key initiatives of this… Read More Cardinal Pell says he ‘never really approved’ of Benedict XVI’s decision to resign
“With outer space being, as anyone over the age of 25 or so knows, the Final Frontier, is it any surprise that the Pentagon is rushing full speed ahead to turn it, against the general desire of almost everyone on Earth, into a battlefield? To borrow science fiction parlance, Afghanistan was a long time ago… Read More The Space Force Is Transforming The Final Frontier Into A Battlefield
Was the Afghan War a disaster? Well, don’t ask Afghans, including the seven children who died in the final U.S. drone strike of that war, how they’re doing, or those about to go hungry as that land suffers a devastating drought while food prices soar, or t lolhe possible one million of them who might… Read More The Profits of War by William D. Hartung
Words of His Holiness Benedict XVI At the Luncheon With CardinalsHall of Dukes, Apostolic PalaceMonday, 21 May 2012 Your Eminence,Dear Brothers, At this moment my words can only be of gratitude. A “thank you” first of all to the Lord for the many years he has given me; years filled with many days of joy,… Read More Benedict XVI: “Evil Wishes to Dominate the World”
Medical experimentation tests our humanity. It also tests the humanity we ascribe to experimental subjects. by Joe AllenSeptember 10, 2021, Salvo magazine [SH Note: this essay is placed here simply to show again what’s going on in the world, and in the world of “science”. The same “scientists” who call for abortion, euthanasia, population reduction,… Read More What’s It Like To Be A “Blob Of Brain”?
… Trent Horn of Catholic Answers and Fr. Matthew Schneider discuss vaccines historically, the newer mRNA technology, and the medical and moral issues involved in the use of vaccines remotely related to abortion “cell lines” — Opinion: Sweden Won the Argument on Covid +++ Gifts UnexpectedBy Stephen Hand Stephen Hand’s novella, Gifts Unexpected, is a… Read More Moral Issues Related to Covid Vaccines
2020. Mary’s Dowry Productions +++ Gifts UnexpectedBy Stephen Hand Stephen Hand’s novella, Gifts Unexpected, is a story about a broken young girl and the hermit-priest who saved her and others; it is a story which shows how even suffering and tragedy birth hope and redemption in those open to the gift of Being. Gifts Unexpected… Read More Saint John Kemble, Martyr for the Faith and for England. Full Film.
Cardinal Ottaviani, head of the Holy Office under Pope Pius XII and John XXIII, wrote in 1947: “The extent of the damage done to national assets by aerial warfare, and the dreadful weapons that have been introduced of late, is so great that it leaves both vanquished and victor the poorer for years after. Innocent… Read More “No Conceivable…Justification”. Aerial warfare’s “dreadful weapons”.
“The physicist Albert Einstein did not directly participate in the invention of the atomic bomb. But as we shall see, he was instrumental in facilitating its development.“ In 1905, as part of his Special Theory of Relativity, he made the intriguing point that a large amount of energy could be released from a small amount… Read More Albert Einstein and the Bomb
Fr. Brendan Kilcoyne is a Priest in the Parish of Athenry, Co. Galway National University of Ireland, Galway. His Immaculata Productions Podcasts on YouTube are timely and thought-provoking. “You were born for the battle,” he says, and you’ll be fighting for the rest of your life.
“What is man, that thou art mindful of him: or the son of man, that thou visitest him? Thou hast made him a little lower than the angels: thou hast crowned him with glory and honour, and hast set him over the works of thy hands: Thou hast subjected all things under his feet”—Heb 2:5-7… Read More The Image of God Beyond Darwin’s Reductionist Myths
Whatever our expressed agreements with some of the moral aspects of issues on either side, like Jesus the Lord very many of us Christians refuse political zealots on both the Left and on the Right. We seek no partisan revolution. In the final sense we know we are pilgrims. We know our Kingdom is not… Read More Our Kingdom is Not of This World
“World-renowned philosopher, humorist, newspaper editor, and university rector, British writer Malcolm Muggeridge (1903–1990) is best known to American audiences for his book Something Beautiful for God (a classic biography of Mother Teresa that essentially introduced her to the West) and for his frequent appearances on Firing Line. A tart-tongued agnostic, Muggeridge was fascinated by the… Read More Malcolm Muggeridge. A Third Testament.
By Dr. Jeff Mirus, 2021 I suppose we have all awakened on a spiritually foggy morning and wondered what’s the use. Compared to the better olden days, during which Christ appeared to have triumphed throughout the West and the Church made a good stab at evangelizing the world, we seem so utterly fruitless. Every day… Read More The inexpressible sadness of Christian failure
Regarding the U.S. bishops upcoming document on the Eucharist, Progressivist Jesuit Thomas Reese proffers some telling theological suggestions: Reese: “… the document should not use the word “transubstantiation,” which is a theological concept based on Aristotelian philosophy, not the Scriptures. I believe that the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ, but… Read More Jesuit Former ‘America’ Editor to Bishops: Drop Trans – substantiation and the Worship of Jesus
Chasten and Pete Buttigieg shared this image of newborn twins Penelope Rose and Joseph, born August on September 4, 2021.Pete Buttigieg / Twitter
It is said that exaggeration is the ‘honest’ man’s lie. When E. Michael Jones’ tome on the Jewish Revolutionary Spirit first came out, almost long ago now, regardless of some of its bending, distortions or omission of some facts, it was in no small measure a welcome reply to the slanders of people like Daniel Goldhagen,… Read More Towards A Critique of E. Michael Jones
Prescinding from any questions regarding the wisdom of calling the Council in the time and manner it did, regarding the Dogmatic Constitution Lumen gentium, and its Decrees on Ecumenism, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in 2007 clarified confusions, showing again that the Holy Spirit protects the Church from dogmatic errors through the… Read More Dogmatics Clarified, 2007: Second Vatican Council doctrine of the Church
August 12, 2021, By Sam Guzman Many I know are concerned about the state of the world. And rightly so. Something significant is happening globally right now, and many ideas once deemed conspiratorial seem to be coming true. Fear of economic collapse, forced compliance to arbitrary mandates, food shortages, media propaganda, technological surveillance, and growing… Read More THE HIDDEN BLESSING IN THE DECAY OF THE WORLD SYSTEM
St. Pius X: It is of great importance that the priest should combine his daily divine meditation with the constant reading of pious books, especially the inspired books. That was the command that Paul gave to Timothy: Attend unto reading. The same lesson was taught by St. Jerome when instructing Nepotianus on the priestly life:… Read More St. Pius X on Spiritual Reading & Pope Pius XII on Media
St. Alphonsus de Liguori, Doctor of the Church, teaches, “Brother, when the devil tempts you again to sin, if you wish to be lost, you have it in your power to commit sin; but do not then say that you wish to be saved. As long as you wish to sin, regard yourself as damned,… Read More St. Alphonsus de Liguori on Judgment and Mercy
By Timothy Matthews, Catholic InsightIssue: March 2009 “Western civilization at the present day is passing through a crisis which is essentially different from anything that has been previously experienced. Other societies in the past have changed their social institutions or their religious beliefs under the influence of external forces or the slow development of internal… Read More The Frankfurt School: Conspiracy to corrupt
See also First Things, Burying Benedict by Matthew Schmitz Intro, Inside the Vatican magazine “Pope Benedict XVI is very old now, and lives mostly in silence and prayer. “Therefore, he is no longer able to defend himself against attacks on his thought as he once did, quite effectively, in his own words, with his own strength of… Read More Canceling Pope Benedict